Please select a primary care physician for your child. Your physician will provide preventative, acute and chronic health care and will be responsible for tracking and coordinating your child's care.
Schedule your First Appointment
Log onto the location page for your new physician, many of our sites allow scheduling for new patient visits directly on their websites. If you’d prefer, you can also call the practice to discuss your scheduling preferences.
For your child’s first appointment, please arrive 20 minutes early to complete paperwork. If your child is an established patient with Texas Children's Pediatrics and you have updates to your insurance or other information, please arrive early to make these changes.
It really helps us better facilitate your appointment if you complete all required forms prior to arrival. Please carefully complete our medical forms and provide a complete medical history for your child. You can download, print and bring the required forms with you.
|Medical history||Download||Download Spanish|
|Consent to treat||Download||Download Spanish|
|Delegation of consent||Download||Download Spanish|
|Immunization registry||Download||Download Spanish|
|Notice of privacy practices||Download||Download Spanish|
|Acknowledgement of privacy practices||Download|
|Financial policy||Download||Download Spanish|
|Medical records request||Download||Download Spanish|
|MyChart Proxy Authorization Form||Download|
|Texas Children's Pavilion for Women Virtual Education Classes||Download|
Prepping Your Child
Prepare your child for the visit as much as possible. If you know what the appointment will involve, tell your child in advance that he or she is going to the doctor and what will be done during the visit.
Bring identification, such as a driver’s license, and current copy of the insurance card that covers your child.
Bring a list of all medications your child is taking, including over-the-counter and prescription drugs, and include the dosage and strength for each.
In order for our providers to provide the best care coordination for your child, it is very important for us to receive comprehensive health information about your child’s past and current health.
Please bring all of your child’s previous medical records and request that any additional records from previous providers are sent to our office. These include immunization records, growth charts, medical diagnosis notes, etc. Also, it is very important to update us on any medical care your child currently receives outside of our office. If your child is treated elsewhere, please request that all reports, including urgent care or emergency center summaries, X-rays, and laboratory results, are sent to our office.
- Write down any questions or concerns you have for the pediatrician and bring them with you.
- If your child is sick, record any symptoms he or she is having, including when they started and their frequency.
- Take notes. Writing down instructions or advice will help you remember them later.
For current patients with a MyChart account, you can complete nearly all of the check-in process tasks from the comfort of your home. Approximately a week before your appointment, you will receive a message to PreCheck-In so you can take care of the following appointment necessities before you arrive.
- Option to pay visit copays
- Verify or update insurance and demographics information
- Review medications, allergies and current health issues
- Answer health questionnaires
How to use PreCheck-In:
- Log in to MyChart
- Select “My Appointments”
- Click on “My Upcoming Appointments”
- Choose your appointment and select “PreCheck-In” or “Update Info” to start the process
Canceling an Appointment
We understand that unexpected changes may create the need to cancel a child’s scheduled appointment. If you need to cancel, please contact your practice or log on to your child's MyChart account as soon as you determine that you can't make the appointment. Your advance notice may allow another patient to be scheduled.